An outdoor pen of five pigs with the interior of a farm shed behind. Etching by R. Hills, ca 1815.
Two women lying dead in a London street during the Great Plague, 1665, one with a child who is still alive. Etching after R. Pollard II.
Separate pictures of garden fruit, flowers, vegetables, birds, dogs and two monkeys dressed as gardeners. Coloured etchings, 18th century.
Three illustrations of Roman military punishment: banishment, degrading punishment, and freemen degraded and sold into slavery. Etchings by A.M.I. after W. Hogarth.
A monkey in human dress is leaning on a stone which a satyr is engraving into. Etching by T. Landseer after himself.
Frontispiece to "Etchings of remarkable beggars itinerant traders and other persons of notoriety in London and its environs by John Thomas Smith". Coloured etching by J.T. Smith, 1815.
Twelve stages in the sequence from the head of a frog to the head of a primitive man. Coloured etchings by Christian von Mechel after Lavater, 1797.
Twelve stages in the sequence from the head of a primitive man to the head of the Apollo Belvedere. Coloured etchings by Christian von Mechel after Lavater, 1797.
Dutch settlement at Chunchura on the Hugli river, West Bengal. Coloured etching by William Hodges, 1787.
A black man in ragged clothes moving with the aid of crutches holds out his hat to beg for alms while wearing a miniature ship on his head. Etching by J.T. Smith, 1815.
A doctor examining an obese man and his wife and servant for suspected food poisoning from toadstools. Coloured etching by T. Rowlandson, 1813.
A skeleton is serenaded by a trumpeter. Etching by Louis Schiavonetti after William Blake, 1808.
Court hearing of a dispute in which a doctor refuses to pay his tailor for some highly unsatisfactory breeches. Coloured etching by T. Rowlandson, 1802, after G.M. Woodward.